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With the latest round of legislation surrounding data management and protection having just been announced by the EU, there is still some uncertainty about what the real impact will be.
Recent reports that Yahoo is looking to sell off its core desktop search services would seem to confirm that Google still has a strangle hold on internet search, one that does not look like being broken any time soon.
With all the current hype around Black Friday and everyone being bombarded with emails about the latest store offering, it is no wonder that some retailers, including Asda, are backing out citing shopper lethargy as the main reason.
Much of my work involves working with organisations to transform they way they operate, sometimes within the marketing function, sometimes the sales team, but always with those people who communicate with customers, prospects and other contacts. In other words everyone in the organisation.
I thought I would write a note on the back of a talk I gave this morning, which got me thinking. Being used to speaking at various events, both small and large, I don’t often get too nervous, a little, but then that is healthy and keeps me focused.
I read a great article this morning that breaks down some of the myths behind the big corporate brands and why their logos have been designed in the way they have.
There has been much said in the media this week about Apple, that they have reached their peak and that their popularity is waning with their competitors making huge steps to bring products to the market that are not just technically advanced but also aesthetically pleasing to users, something that is important to most people.
With the latest news out that Amazon is launching a one day promotion to its Prime members in an attempt to rival Black Friday, there is more to this story than first meets the eye. It is a theme that I have been talking about for many years, one that is now regularly discussed in marketing as well as business and technology circles, that of relationship management or CRM.
In a week that has been dominated by the terrible events in Tunisia and the economic woes of Greece, main stream and business media have been struggling for news stories, there’s a surprise.